Sony FS7 II

Pricing & Availability at B&H

The FS7 is a bit like a Porsche 911: the original blew me away, and now the Mark II has a number of improvements from an FS5-like electronic variable neutral density filter to making the grip extension arm tool-less and more. It's a strong incremental upgrade, though its sensor remains unchanged from the original and it does not offer in-body-image stabilization now found in the $1,500 Sony a6500. Still, if you don't want to start adding doodads like a recorder/monitor and instead want shoot 10-bit 4:2:2 4K internally, I can't think of another camera at or near the price point that encompasses so much goodness and versatility.  And that brand new E-mount only 18-100 lens, well: it ain't cheap, but it's exactly what all Sony Super35 cameras want, whether they tell you so or not!